Politics

The campaign event headlined by White House spiritual adviser Paula White led to a $250 fine against the Ahern Hotel for violating coronavirus prevention rules.
"I would have expected them to do better," said the Microsoft co-founder, who has pledged hundreds of millions of dollars to coronavirus vaccine research.
The president of the Georgia NAACP called the novel disturbing, and said Matt Lieberman should drop out of the contest.
The White House rejected an offer from House Speaker Nancy Pelosi, and the two sides remain far apart.
It was a tasteless choice, considering the U.S. coronavirus death toll has topped 160,000 and is projected to reach 300,000 by December.
Conservatives recoiled at the prospect of another Pelosi-brokered agreement with a whopping deficit-financed cost.
Arpaio, the infamous anti-immigrant former sheriff who received a Trump pardon after being criminally convicted, won't be getting his old job back.
The activist defeated James Mackler and will face Republican candidate Bill Hagerty in the race to succeed Sen. Lamar Alexander.
Antone Melton-Meaux is accused of violating campaign finance law. His situation also reveals the limitations of a Democratic Party policy.
The Liberty University president faces increasing pressure to step down amid mounting scandals.